What’s any offroad experience without these two fellas? Once more I’m diving into the world of quality shocks – this time elaborating more on the weak and strong points of Bilstein and Rancho shocks.
I’ve been procrastinating with my Gabriel vs Monroe shocks post, but finally I got to writing it. Here’s a little bit about both brands – shocks with history and good for the daily driver, but definitely not suited for more heated applications.
It’s high time I did a more in-depth analysis of Bilstein’s offroad shocks. I’m starting with three of their most popular absorbers (well, one is a coilover). Here’s all you need to know about the 5100, 5160 and 6112 series.
It’s offroad day today! I’ll be looking at the masters of the offroad adventures – Fox and Bilstein. That said, I believe comparing them to each other is a bit unfair…Read more to learn why.
Forget the one size fits all mantra. The whole debate around these three brands ultimately depends on your driving preferences. How so? Read and you’ll see!